Soak up the Sun

{the Fit} Fendi sweater, American Apparel velvet skirt, boots c/o Clarks, Loeffler Randall bag

Apologies I have been neglectful the past few weeks, life has gotten in the way of shooting outfits. And… to be honest, I have pretty much been living in leggings, giant sweaters and snow boots trying to fight out this polar vortex. (Pretty sure I’m losing.)

This Fit was clearly taken months ago when the sun was still shining its glorious warmth on Chicago. Where in the hell are you now Sun?

But the best thing about this Fit was that it was featured on Instyle during New York Fashion Week this last Fall. Yeah, Louise Roe called me out by name, score! Like triple, quadruple score! Since it’s so close to NYFW again, I thought I’d share this post finally.

Sorry guys, I looked all over but couldn’t find a clip of the video. Just imagine Louise Roe saying “Sierra Widmer-Rodriguez from Style on the Line” in the most elegant English accent there ever was… ahhhh.

Special thanks to Mithya from Pinterest for featuring me with Instyle on this look and one other! :)

Photos by Sarah Scott


Snow Day

{the Fit}: Zara coat (similar ones below), bcbg MaxAzria pants, Rachel Roy booties, H&M hat, BaubleBar earrings

Photos by Sarah Scott


Pop of Pink

{the Fit} Alexander Wang rocco bag, tunic c/o Riffraff, bcbg MaxAzria leather pants (similar), jewelry c/o gorjana (chevron) , shoes c/o Inkkas

One of the best parts about being a style blogger is getting to work with so many amazing brands and people. And (outside of the clothes) one of the reasons I choose to feature specific brands is because of their story…

I have been waiting to wear these bright patterned Inkkas shoes for a while and couldn’t wait any longer to feature them, so these South American babies took a stroll through the Chicago snow (and weathered quite well I should point out). The Inkkas brand has been on a great journey and is helping the less fortunate all around the world. Each pair of the shoes is made in South America by local men and women using native textiles and patterns. The company is based on local communities working together to help each other and each product line is linked to a specific charitable cause in that community. Now this is a brand I can get behind. At the bottom of this post I attached a little video if you’d like to see more!

As for my outfit, I have been craving all black everythang lately.. maybe it’s the gloomy weather. Either way, I’m kind of diggin it.